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    Frankly, I don't think Blacks are more prone to that behaviour, and if statistically they would seem to be, I'd bet the ratio would be as high if you had put Whites in slums for decades. So, I was playing with the biased and bordering-racism cliche of the big violent Black raper/murdered locked in high-security (or not so high), which is quite a stupid and sometimes nefarious cliche. Not a joke of the highest taste, for sure. But given the scandalously high proportion of Black inmates (thanks to centuries of fucked-up policies and unequal treatment in the courts), there's a sizable chance our local white supremacist murderer could end up with a bunch of Black fellows. And as this case has proven, Whites can beat any ghetto gang mob with meanness and ignominy; so clearly, whites can be actually as violent as anyone else.
    As for the fantasising of seeing such scum being beaten down and tortured, the real (and totally silly expressed) point of my post was just to reply to the "He surely deserves a worse fate than life in prison", by showing that this guy could still possibly meet a worse fate than being sentenced to lethal injection - death sentence isn't the only possible punishment.
    Whatever happens, though, I just hope this criminal nutcase is judged and taken care of so that he won't hurt anyone anymore.

    Americans placed the stamp of approval on the least justifiable military action since Hitler invaded Poland. Paul C. Roberts

    by Clueless Joe on Wed Mar 02, 2005 at 08:25:13 AM PST

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